This section covers events not Included elsewhere in the magazine. All submissions should be accompanied by a contact telephone number tor our Information. Open Listian compiled by Thom lilbdln.
I GARDENING EXTRAVAGANZA Sat 27. IOam. Lecture Room. Old Stable Courtyard. Pollok Country Park. Free. Information from (MI 632 9299. Sid Robertson. of Beechgrove Garden fame. launches the I993 lectures with a question and answer session.
I RECORD FAIR Sat 27. | lam—5pm. City Halls. 50p (£l preview from l0—l lam). Get that rare pressing of The Dead at The Henge or Dylan‘s first in glorious stereo here. music lovers. Maybe.
I REACT! STOP SELLAFIELD Sun 28. l—2pm. George Square. Free. Greenpeace organised rally with speakers and bands. to protest against the nuclear reprocessing plant: THORP. Reprocessing isolates nuclear bomb-making materials and releases radiation into the environment. See Edinburgh.
I save our: SALON Sun 28. 2.30pm. Queen Margaret Union. University Avenue. Free. The Save Our Salon
campaign steps up gear with the public launch of the SoS Trust to buy the Salon Cinema. Loads of luminaries and politicians will be present to pledge their energies to the campaign. It's your chance to take a part in this important campaign and turn the story that was ‘The Demise of the Scottish Film Industry part [02' into ‘Scottish Filmhouse Reborn!‘
I GLC REVIVAL DISCO Sun 28.
7.30—l lpm. Bennets. 80 Glassford Street. £2 from Clyde Books. Pamie Street. Fundraiser for the Gay and Lesbian Centre Project. Get out that glitter gear and relive your fantasies. Free entry to Bennets after 1 lpm.
I CANAL CLEAN-LIP Mon 29 and weekly.
Scotland's premier science ﬁction store is pleased to welcome
to sign his latest book TO GREEN ANGEL TOWER published by LEGEND in hardback for £17.99
The ﬁnal part of the fantasy series MEMORY, SORROW and THORN
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Mail-order enquiries to our Edinburgh shop Forthcoming - Terry Brooks signing on 1 May
I Lam—2pm. Maryhill Locks. forth and Clyde Canal. Free. Shauna MacMillan (MI 332 9l 15. The Forth and Clyde conservation group invite you and your wellingtons along to muck in with the clean-up.
I PSYCNOIAETRY Thurs I. 7.30pm. Boyd Orr Building. University of Glasgow. Free. Contact 04] 772 4588. All welcome to hear Jim Dale address the Scottish Society of Psychical Research.
I AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Mon 5. 7.45pm. Unitarian Centre. 72 Berkcly Street. Free. All welcome to the monthly meeting of the Glasgow City group of the internationally renowned organisation of letter writers.
reprocessing plant: THORP. The plant will increase the discharges of radiation from the Sellafteld replocessing plant in Cumbria. which have been monitored in the North Sea. Although Scottish Nuclear have decided to stop reprocessing their nuclear fuel from the new reactors at Tomess and Hunterston. they will be forced to send this toxic material down to Sellafield ifTHORP starts up. Show your disgust at its owners. BNF. Reprocessing isolates nuclear bomb-making materials and releases radiation into the environment.
I WOMEN AND HUMAN RIGIITS Sat 3. l0am—4.30pm. Friends Meeting House. Victoria Terrace. £8 (£3) including lunch. from Amnesty lntemational. 03] 650
81 IS. Women are often on the front line of human rights abuses because they are perceived as ‘soft‘ targets. as the horrors in Somalia and BOsnia have shown. Amnesty Intemational is focusing on their plight. Lesley Riddoch chairs this one-day conference with speakers and workshops which will examine Amnesty‘s work on behalf of women. Representatives from Scottish Action on Somalia and Bosnia Action Now will be present.
AUTHORS AT WATERSTONE’S Tuesday 18th April 7pm ANDREW MOTION
in conversation with Alan Taylor, discussing his new biography Philip Larkin:A Writer’s Life
I AINESTY INTERNATIONAL Thurs 8. 7.30pm. St Mary's Church. Great Western Road. Free. See Mon 5 above.
I DEMOCRACY FOR SCOTLAND 24 hours a day. every day. the Parliament Building. Regent Terrace. Free. Permanent vigil by the non-party political campaign for a referendum on the establishment of a Scottish Parliament. All welcome.
I OBSERVATORY OPEN EVENINGS Thurs 25—Sat 27. 6—9pm. Royal Observatory. Blackford Hill 031 668 8405. £1.50 (75p). Stargazing. exhibition and the odd astronomer to answer your questions.
I REACT! STOP SELLAEIELD Sat 27. noon—2pm. Waterloo place. followed by rally in West Princes Street Gardens. Free. Greenpeace-organised rally with speakers and bands. to protest against the nuclear
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